Girl sitting on chair 2

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  1. santino

    santino TPF Noob!

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    Ok, here's a new version (I think I've corrected everything except of the cord, I like it). So I think ya'll were right with that background but the white "thingy" is missing in my opinion.

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    I think this one is much better. I'm still not a fan of the cord because I can't help but look at it. I do like the lamp because it gives the shot a little more.
     
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    Well, here's the cordless version, I personally don't like it.....

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    Much, much nicer. I relly like the one without the cord.


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    the second one alot better.

    I really like the floor, the black background, the light, and the chair. The model has some great characteristics to.
    The only thing I dont like is all the bright spots. if yah can fix that, you'll have a winner (IMO) :D
     
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    Nice much better, IMO with the first post the whole problem was the background.
    As for the cord if you like, it leave it.
    Also did you re-shoot or edit the photo in PS
     
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    Better imo, I noitced the cord wasnt even plugged in anyways :lol:
     
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    Much better without the cord.
     
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    Which bright spots ? (exscuse me, but I just don't get it :) )

    So I think I gotta change my mind, you've "voted", #2 wins ;)
    thx for your critiques...
     
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    well they may have been intentional..
    I was refering to hrt right arm. Her forhead is a little bright, aswell as her right leg. I might just be picky, or this may have been intentional. But for me, it takes away from the picture.
    But even with them there I still really like it.
     
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    maybe you're right... I want my pic perfect ;)
    I'll try to darken it or something like that, any ideas how to make it in a effective way (maybe you've got experience) ?
     
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    I've have plenty of experience of getting the bright spots, sadly none of avoiding them..

    I don't think you can eliminate them in photoshop, it would hafta be avoided from the get go. and if I knew how to do that well enough to explain it, I wouldnt have the problem with my pics :(

    sorry santino.

    Im sure someone else will know, and can help the both of us out.
     

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